DNCC Service Days: Urban Peak

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At the beginning of this week, DNCC CEO Leah Daughtry and the DNCC staff were joined by Colorado First Lady Jeannie Ritter for this months DNCC Service Days project at Denvers Urban Peak — a non-profit shelter and service provider for homeless youth. The DNCC and the First Lady prepared a hot breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns and festive holiday sweet rolls for the youth at Urban Peak. Following the meal, Leah presented the organization with a box filled with clothes and other warm items such as gloves and hats donated by the DNCC staff for the cold weather months. Watch this video to see the event first-hand.And be sure to check out this story from the Rocky Mountain News.

Here’s a bit of what they had to say:

Daughtry, chief executive officer of the Democratic National Convention Committee, asked how the pregnancy was going. They talked about the need to take prenatal pills. Cousins, while eating crispy bacon smothered in maple syrup, proudly told her about getting an apartment and saving some money.Around the trio, video cameras rolled and the cafeteria at Urban Peak in Denver on Monday morning was filled with a cacophony of voices – troubled youth and those cooking breakfast for them in the kitchen on the other side of the counter.

Among those cooking was Colorado’s first lady Jeannie Ritter and the staff of the DNCC.


2 Responses to DNCC Service Days: Urban Peak

  1. DigPicPhoto says:

    You can view photos of the DNCC team at Urban Peak in Denver @ http://www.digpicphoto.com/DNC08.htm

  2. Brad Shannon says:

    Chugwater Chili, makers of gourmet spices and seasonings, has announced a partnership with Urban Peak, an organization that provides ongoing services to homeless and runaway youth in Denver and Colorado Springs.

    Chugwater Chili will contribute 40 percent of the purchase price of all product sales made through the Urban Peak web site, http://www.urbanpeak.org, and the designated landing page on the Chugwater Chili site, to the organization to support Urban Peak programs in Denver and Colorado Springs.

    To make a purchase of Chugwater Chili products to benefit Urban Peak, visit http://www.chugwaterchili.com/urbanpeak/home.html. Forty percent of each retail purchase (not including tax and shipping) will go to the Urban Peak center you designate.

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